Wat Arun Rajwararam is one of the most popular temples and also the most photographed temples in Thailand. You have not been to Thailand without having visited Wat Arun in Bangkok. The “Temple of Dawn” is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and has a long and rich history in Thai culture.
The Wat Yannawa is a well-known and popular temple in Thailand for both expats and locals alike. The temple is located close to the BTS Saphan Taksin Station in Bangkok and can be accessed by BTS or by the river boat ferry. There are many temples in Thailand however this one is a Buddhist Temple at Sathon which is shaped like a Chinese junk when it was built by King Rama III during the Ayutthaya period (1350-1767 AD) in Thailand. The temple is a few minutes walk South of The BTS Taksin Bridge Skytrain (exit to Charoen Krung Road then turn right).
Wat Suan Plus was the first temple in Thailand that allowed walk through tours. In this regard it has adapted to a more modern world while showing tourists the culture and heritage of Thailand. This Buddhist temple in Thailand is surrounded by high rise buildings and hotels. The temple is use not only by local Thai’s in the area but also by schools in the area.